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Thomas Cooper is the Technology Integration Coordinator at the Walker School in Marietta, GA. He has been an educator for 14 years, teaching interdisciplinary courses in science, social studies and technology at both the secondary and post secondary level. He has a BA in Anthropology from the University of Maryland, an MA in Information Technology from American Intercontinental University in Florida, and is currently working on an MA in Educational Technology at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. Thomas has also taught AP World, AP Human Geolgraphy, AP Computer Science, AP Biology during his teacher career. He currently teaches AP Environmental Science at Walker and works as an independent contractor for the College Board. He frequently speaks on how to integrate technology into the Advanced Placement classroom. His favorite technology is Google Earth, which he uses as an interdisciplinary platform for teachers to share data they collect about the earth. He is a certified Google Teacher and has spoken about integrating Google Maps, Earth and Sketchup in the classroom. He has created a site for teachers to share ideas on technology integration at Teens and Technology. He enjoys camping, hiking and kayaking on the weekends with my dog, Ginger.
Name: Thomas Cooper
School: The Walker School
Location: Marietta, GA
Email: coopert@thwalkerschool.org
Phone: (770) 427-2689 Ext. 8502
Skype: tcooper1966
Twitter: tcooper66